Mrs Els de Wind > Van Doorne > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Van Doorne
JACHTHAVENWEG 121
1081 KM AMSTERDAM
PO BOX 75265, 1070 AG AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
Els de Wind photo

Work Department

Employment, Outsourcing, ICT, Privacy, Financial Institutions

Position

Trusted advisor and seasoned employment lawyer with focus on international employment law, corporate employment law, HR regulatory and governance, industrial relations, employee privacy, executive remuneration and executive departures.

Career

Senior Vice-Chair IBA Global Employment Institute. Has held major managerial roles including Chair IBA Employment and Industrial Relations Committee, Chair European Employment Lawyers Association, Global Head of Employment PwC. Regular moderator and speaker at conferences, member various think tanks. Teaches courses, writes articles and book contributions. Gained vast management experience in major national and international management roles. High profile and good reputation in the Dutch, European and global markets.

Languages

Dutch, English, French, German.

Education

Law degree, Nijmegen University, 1983. Certificates Private International Law and Public International Law, Hague Academy for International Law, 1983. LLM International and Comparative Law, VUB (Free University Brussels), 1984.

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Employment

(Leading individuals)

Els de WindVan Doorne

Van Doorne remains one of the key firms in the Netherlands for employment law and other related advisory work. Additionally, the firm houses one of the jurisdiction’s strongest pension teams, with a good number of sector-wide  and individual company pension funds among its client list. The firm is active in both advisory work and disputes, providing a full service across all aspects of employment law. Els de Wind focuses on cross-border matters and co-heads the team along with Marjolijn Lips. Other key figures within the team include specialist pension law advisor Albert van Marwijk Kooy, as well as senior associates Steven Sterk, who is particularly experienced in worker participation matters, and Cara Pronk, who assists de Wind in the international employment practice.